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allot
to assign or distribute in share or proportions

(verb)

synonyms- apportion, parcel
out, allocate
amass
to bring together,collect,gather,especially for oneself;to come together,assemble.
(verb)

synonyms:accumulate, pile up,garner
antonyms:scatter,dissipate,squander,waste
audacious
bold, adventurous,recklessly daring.
(adjective)

synonyms: enterprising,brave
antonyms:timid, cowardly
comply
to yeild to a request or command.
(verb)

synonyms:submit to, consent to,aquiesce in.
antonyms:reject, refuse,decline.
devoid
not having or using,lacking.

(adjective)

synonym: wanting,bereft
antonms:full,temming,
abounding
elite
the choice part of a groupe of people or things.
(noun)

superiour.
(adjective)

synonyms:cream or the crop,upper crust.
antonyms:rank and file, dregs of society
grapple
an iron hook used to grab and hold.
(noun)

to come to grips with, wrestle or fight with.
(verb)

synonyms:tackle,confront,
strugle with.
incapacitate
to deprive with strangth or ability;to mack legaly ineligible.
(verb)

synonyms:disable,debilitate,
paralyze,cripple
antonnyms:rehabilitate,
restore.
instigate
to urge on;to sture up,provoke,start,incite.

(verb)

antonyms:stop,quell,squelch,
quash
longevity
long life,long duration, length of life.
(noun)

antonyms:brevity,transience
myriad
in very great numbers.
(adjective)

a very great number.
(noun)

synonyms:innumerable,
countless.
antonyms:few,scant,sparse
perspective
a point of view or general standpoint from which different things are viewed, physically or mentaly;the appearance to the eye of various objects at a given time, place, or distance.
(noun)

synonyms:viewpoint,sence of proportion.
perturb
to trouble, make uneasy;to disturb greatly;to throw into confusion
(verb)

synonyms:upset,agitate,anger,irratate
antonyms:delight,gladden,
please
prodigious
immense;extraordinary in bulk, size, or degree
(adjective)

synonyms:gigantic,tremendous,astounding

antonyms:puny,minuscule,
insignificant.
relevant
conected with or related to the matter at hand.
(adjective)

synonyms:pertinent,germane,
applicable

antonyms:unconnected,
extraneous
skittish
extremly nerves and easily frightened;shy or timid;extremely cautious;unstable,
undependable
(adjective)

synonyms:jumpy,restive,
capricious,fickle

antonyms:bold,daring,
reckless,cool,unflappable
tether
a rope or chain used to fasten something to a fixed object;the outer limit of strength or resource.
(noun)

to fasten with a rope or chain.
(verb)

synonyms:tide uo, chained up, laced

antonyms:untie, let loose
unison
a sounding together;argument or accord.
(noun)

synonym:harmony,concord,
assent
vie
to compete;to strive for victory or superiority.
(verb)

synonym:contend,rival
willful
stubbornly self-willed; done on purpose,deliberate.
(adjective)

synonym:headstrong,obstinate,premeditated.
antonym:docile,obedient,
tractable.